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The Military Health System (MHS) is an interconnected network of Service Members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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DOD Brain Health Initiative is at Work Across the Military

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11/17/2022
Two hands holding damaged wearable blast mesurement gauges from a study on blast pressure exposure.

From enlistment to retirement, the brain health of service members is being checked. See why the results are creating new action plans for the DOD.

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Your Presence is Required - The Ins and Outs of a Successful Website

Calendar Event
11/16/2022

Business development webinars to help entrepreneurs become procurement ready and posture themselves to do business with VA.

1st Annual National Small Business Contracting Summit - New Orleans LA

Calendar Event
11/16/2022

Timely education and information on current trends, opportunities, and threats to small business contractors.

Simply Matchmaking: A GovCon Optimization Event - Virtual Winter 2022

Calendar Event
11/15/2022

GovCon Optimization is an interactive year-long Educational Working Group Series that covers topics to optimize preparation in pursuing federal contracting opportunities.

TBICoE Quarterly Education Series: Global Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury Care

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11/10/2022

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence is collaborating with the Department of Veterans Affairs to host the next TBICoE Quarterly Education Series. During this event you will hear how historical conflicts have spurred innovation and research, shaping TBI care. You will gain insight into some of the pressing issues of TBI care and explore areas for future research. Please join TBICoE and the VA for the next Quarterly Education Series, November 16, 2022!

"Mad Cow" Blood Donor Ban Lifted

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11/9/2022
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"Mad Cow" blood donor ban lifted by the FDA.

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Lifestyle Changes Could Add 10-15 Years to Your Life

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11/8/2022
A female Navy physical therapist works with a senior citizen lying on a table holding a ball.

You're never too old to start being more physically active and eating healthier, which can add years to your life.

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Sharpening Soft Skills Goal of Professional Development Program

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11/7/2022
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DHA’s skills-based professional development training program aligns with the agency’s strategic objective to ensure the staff is fulfilled. It offers a cadre of professional training opportunities available virtually to all employees without cost.

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Slashing Victim's Life Saved by USU Alumni, Staff

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11/4/2022
USU rescuers visit with neck slashing victim in hospital.

Oscar Sanchez's life was saved by the quick thinking and actions of USU alumni and staff after he was viciously attacked, and his neck was slashed.

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HEART 22 Strengthens Partnerships in Central America

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11/3/2022
Four surgeons in gowns, caps, and masks perform knee surgery.

The HEART 22 humanitarian partnership mission to Guatemala and Honduras was also an example of the U.S. military's continued Global Health Engagement efforts.

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Walk-in Contraceptive Services Required at Hospitals and Clinics

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11/1/2022
Five people wearing masks look at the camera.

Walk-in contraceptives services help service members with convenience of one-day, no appointment care, and help the military with readiness.

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Suicide Prevention Resources That Can Help

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10/31/2022
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Resources on suicide prevention the entire military family can use.

Telementoring Opens Virtual Doors to Provider Learning, Expert Support

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10/28/2022
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The ECHO Program for Pain allows primary care managers to get advice from and support as well educational credits from specialists at eight interdisciplinary hubs.

Immunization Lifelong Learners Course (ILLC): Twentynine Palms, CA

Calendar Event
10/27/2022

A two-day face-to-face course designed to ensure health care personnel are trained in vaccine policy, vaccine safety, and effectiveness.

MHS GENESIS Reaches Significant Operational Milestone

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10/27/2022
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MHS GENESIS reaches more and more military beneficiaries.

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